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push out

to spread out; to expand outward. The sides of the box pushed out, and I was afraid it would break. His little tummy pushed out when he was full.
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However, in light of several delays and push outs in orders previously expected in the fourth quarter, 2003, full year bookings (including purchase orders and letters of intent) are expected to be at the lower end of the range.
Based on current estimates that include recent order push outs and cancellations, the company expects second quarter revenue and earnings to be below previous guidance.
Matthiessen, President and CEO said, "In concert with many of the companies involved in our business segment, we have also experienced order push outs and delivery delays that have had a negative impact on the third quarter.
The lower revenue forecast is attributable to order cancellations and push outs from large customers and a general weakness in demand associated with wireless customers.
The decline in revenue, which is expected to be about 15%, is due to a variety of factors including push outs and cancellations in most of the Company's product lines.
The shortfall in revenue, which is expected to be about 7%, depending upon orders to be booked and shipped during December, is due, in part, to push outs and cancellations by some of the Company's major OEM customers.